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Ethical and Religious Dimensions of Chipko Resistance

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India: Resolving conflicts to protect Siva’s locks

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From Chipko to Uttaranchal : development, environment, and social protest in the Garhwal, Himalayas, India

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Standing up for the trees: Women’s role in the Chipko movement

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“Hug the Trees!” Chandi Prasad Bhatt and the Chipko Movement

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Interview with Bali Devi

Bali Devi Rana, Head of the Mahila Mangal Dal (Women Welfare Group) of village Reni (Chamoli Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India) has recently returned from the Global Women’s Conference on Environment, organized by UNEP at Nairobi (Kenya) on 11-13 October 2004, where she shared the inaugural stage…

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A Grassroots Mountain Woman at an International Gathering in Kenya

Posted to Mountain Forum, October 28, 2004 Concerned that most of the agreements made at different global conferences in the last 32 years still remain un-honoured, over 200 women from more than 50 countries gathered at Global Women’s Assembly on Environment: “Women as the Voice…

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The issues and concerns of Chipko are still alive today

Press Club, Dehradun October 21, 2004 Bali Devi being greeted by Maasai women in Kenya. (courtesy of IISD)The Alliance for Development organized a press conference at the Press Club, Dehra Dun on 21 October 2004, on the return of Bali Devi and Biju Negi from…

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Bali Devi’s address to Global Women’s Assembly on Environment

Nairobi, Kenya, October 11, 2004 Translated by Biju Negi Listen to the Real Audio of Speech Sisters and Friends, Semanya (Greetings) I am Bali Devi from Reni, a distant village in Chamoli Garhwal, India. You may have heard of Himalaya. My village is in Himalaya.…

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